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Many Moons

Sixteen different fundus autofluorescence images that display phenotype variations in Stargardt Dystrophy.

Tie Die

Color fundus photograph of an individual with myopic degeneration.

Rorschach RP

Ultra-widefield autofluorescence image of retinitis pigmentosa.

Robert Mays, Ophthalmic Photographer, NEI/NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA. 

Art of Ophthalmology
Global Ophthalmology
In The clinic
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